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? >> apparently there's this new thing in l.a. called swatting, and it's where people call 911 and claim that there's an emergency in a celebrity's house, and then the lapd freaks out and sends a swat team and helicopters over to that celebrity's house. it happened with the kardashians last week, and then it happened to chris brown yesterday. they said there was a domestic disturbance over there. it wasn't true. they -- >> those people should be arrested. >> absolutely. they should be arrested. >> andy, thank you for coming to see us. >> thank you for having me. >> a little bit buzzed. >> no, i'm not. >> leftovers. >> this is my morning attitude. yes. >> while we're talking about celebrities, guess who is here, luke perry is with us. >> he is going to talk about his new movie after this. >> quite honored. >> just doesn't want to be here. there he is. >> oh. wtossing and turninge have given way to sleeping. where sleepless nights yield to restful sleep. and lunesta®(eszopiclone) can help you get there. like it has for so many people before. when taking lunesta, don't drive or operate mac
no idea. she got a call a week ago that she won a contest to come to l.a. from germany to see the parade. >> there's no way to describe it. i'm really thankful they chose my husband. it's overwhelming. >> reporter: out of so many deserving soldiers in afghanistan, sergeant pazz said he was nominated and selected for his numerous deployments, valor awards, being wounded in service, and his family situation. >> it's great honor to represent all the soldiers over there doing all these great things every day that don't get recognized. >> reporter: the couple was shy in front of the camera. >> yo look beautiful. >> reporter: but they wanted to share this embrace for all service mecmbers who can't be with their families today. >> ah. you see these reunions all the time and they never get old, right? i love it. that was kcbs's rachel kim this morning. coming after after your local news on "cbs this morning," the reaction to the last-minute agreement to avert the fiscal cliff. i'm terrell brown in new york city. this is the "cbs morning news." this the "cbs morning news." th? describe the room.
kris and bruce jenner. someone made a prank call, so all the authorities show up at the mansion in l.a. on friday. there was not a hostage crisis or shots fired. kim tweets, these prank calls are not funny. i hope they find out who is behind this. it's dangerous and not a joke. so kim is very upset. but bruce got over it pretty quickly. the kardashians are -- >> they love the publicity. >> they're always tv ready. so put the authorities in l.a. on a real case, like finding bruce's original face. >> i would agree with you on that. >> that's the mystery that needs to be solved. >>> we were talking a lot about oprah winfrey -- you're terrible! >> take it easy, bruce. take it down, buddy. >> he does look like somebody pulled the back of his head. any way, lance armstrong, we were all watching that interview, i think, last week on thursday night. but apparently not as great ratings as oprah had hoped. thursday night on "own," it attracted just about 3.2 million viewers. usually she gets about 6 million viewers. when whitney houston's daughter was also interviewed, they got 3.5 million. so s
with your fake calls. put the authorities in l.a. on a real case, like finding bruce's original face. >> i would agree with you on that. >> that's the mystery that needs to be solved. >>> we were talking a lot about oprah winfrey -- you're terrible! >> take it easy, bruce. take it down, buddy. >> he does look like somebody pulled the back of his head. >> he looks like skeletor with botox. >> any way, lance armstrong, we were all watching that interview, i think, last week on thursday night. but apparently not as great ratings as oprah had hoped. thursday night on "own," it attracted just about 3.2 million viewers. usually on her syndicated show she got about 6 million viewers. so almost half. when whitney houston's daughter was also interviewed, they got even more viewers, 3.5 million. so she's a little disappointed i would imagine. but i think 3.2 million viewers, when you can't find where the channel is, it's pretty darn good. >> every news organization on the planet was trying to get the lance armstrong interview and it's still oprah, she still got it. >> she's still the oracle. as far
to quiet down. a police tactic called stop and frisk. it is supported by bill bratton former l.a. police chief. bratton who has helped reduce crime in l.a. and new york city would be hired z a consultant for $250,000. but some community members said it would be a waste of money. >> if you really need to hear what he has to say, why don't you go and have howard jordan buy his book on amazon for $18. >> the city of oakland cannot afford the lawsuits that will follow this. >> we do not condone racial profiling. we never have. we have worked very hard to build this relationship between the community. >> reporter: the plan would also include more funding for the police academy to train new officers and hiring 20 police service technicians. the measure would have the most impact is the hiring of 11 alameda county sheriffs deputies for up to 180 days for violent suppression efforts. all of these votes came from two council members in the wake of massive shooting in an eight day stretch that left six people dead. the council will vote rob the herb -- will vote on the issue next tuesday. live fro
reported seeing a lion on the loose. oh, my god, it's mao fa sa. actually not so mush. a la bra door poodle shaved to look like the lion mascot of old dominion university. people called 911 to call in baby lion sightings. he's just your everyday party animal. i would have loved to heard those 911 calls. i'm terrell brown. this is the "cbs morning news." . >>> good morning. welcome to 9news now. today is thursday, january 10, friday eve. how nice to say that. i'm andrea roane. >>> i'm mike hydeck. we're in double digits in the new year. >> it is moving quickly. >> good morning, monika? >> good morning. >> how are you? >> i'm great. >> i'm deck deck by the way -- i'm mike hydeck by the way. that's howard bernstein. he does weather. >>> a few 50s but all in all, today will turn out to be sunny in the morning. more clouds in the afternoon. temperatures seasonably cool but still above average, around 50 for the afternoon. here is a look at your day planner. by 9:00 we should be averaging low 40s across the region. it's 50 now with mostly cloudy skies at national. 48 by noon. so we're going to dr
on the streets and shot, dead. >> investigators say snead just brought the girl from l.a. to her parents home in the bay view on june 3. the girl reportedly called him the next day and asked that he pick her up at home. snead was shot to death in his car near the house. prosecutors say surveillance video the day of the murder shows the father and other two suspects meeting on the 1400 block of grove street. they say one suspect rented a car in l.a. and drove it to san francisco. and that the video shows that the driver meeting the girl's father and nephew who drove up in another car. >> there are tl is clear video of them coming together, then, leaving the scene. >> the complaint says they drove and waited for snead and when he arrived, guilton shot him in the head. the d.a.says the father tried unsuccessfully once to kill snead in los angeles. >> we have been able to place him near the location of a shooting occurred in l.a. where our victim was the victim of that particular crime. >> well, one ironic footnote. a source close to this investigation tells abc 7 news two defendants are associat
, exhausted and emaciated but most of all i felt that neck la l necklace and i ft her down. anybody that read the book can you remember what the first chapter is called. it starts with an,f, failure. that's another thing they really objected to in manhattan. said you can't start a book with the word failure. at least i won that argument. i said you know, our success is originally based in failure and you know what? all of us make mistakes and all of us sometimes fail. sometimes with relationships or investments or fail with jobs. um... i flunked my first driving test when i was 16 and totald the car while parallel parking and some student wills not get into college. really when you fail it's not the end of the road. it's more of an opportunity and away to find a different path. when i come to those moments in life, i think of the perz yen proverb that says when it's dark you can see the star. for those of you that have been there, i failed get a really good sunset picture on,k 2. this is actually a volcano in mexico but i love this climbing photo to end the climing sequence. so, here's our d
you stop the violence? that consultant, william bratton, the former police chief of l.a. and new york told cbs 5 last week he supports a concept called stop and frisk. >> for any city to say they don't do stop and frisk, i'm sorry, they don't know what the hell they're talking about. >> reporter: the very next day the oakland police chief seemed to shoot down that concept. >> we expect our officers to continue to practice good constitutional policing. so i don't agree that this stop and frisk issue is something that -- that we need to -- to deal with here in oakland. >> reporter: meanwhile. gerline robert says she'd like to see more conversations about getting more cops on the street. >> if they're going to spend money on a consultant to bring him in seems like they would spend more money on policing the city itself instead of bringing in the consultant that will take more money away from the city. >> reporter: so right now much of the debate is centering around stop and frisk. the police say no
advice. who do i call? hey, lara spencer. >> are you ready. >> she's in las vegas shooting an abc/"20/20" special and was head judge for the contest last year. >> we don't have a lot of time. you have a lot to learn. >> reporter: first off, a sneak peek at rehe isles. the contestants are hard at work. i can do this. i wican do this. then lara's off. i'm on my own. this is vegas. it can't be all work. it has to be a little fun. fellow judge, "dancing with the stars" pro cheryl burke and i get to work. >> hopefully, we can go backstage and meet everybody. >> maybe they'll let us play. ka is the spectacular cirque du soleil show. it looks terrifying. death-defying. of course, i had to try it. >> you're in great hands. >> okay, good. >> it's the coolest ing ever. but i'm more nervous than anything i have done. there's more to vegas than going the theater. where are we going now? >> the bellagio. >> reporter: an eight-acre fountain. 22 million gallons of water are launched in a display of up to 30 different songs. wonder how the vongs pick snd you have to take a secret passage way up this
with a terrific new film called "promised land." the movie will be playing in new york and l.a. in december and opening wider around the country come january. before we get to that and so much more, though, a look at a small sampling of matt damon's outstanding work. >> when you found, i was here, and i was with the only brothers that i have left. there was no way i was going to desert them. i think she will understand that. there is no way i am leaving this bridge. >> the sad thing about a guy like you is you are going to come up with the fact that there are two certainties in life. two, yout do that, and drop 150 grant on something you could have got in the library. >> yes, i will have a degree and you will be serving us prize at a drive-through on our way to a ski trip. >> i don't want to do this anymore. >> i don't think that is a decision you can make. >> jason werth is dead pick -- jason bourne is dead, do you hear me? i swear to god, if i even feel someone behind me, there is no measure to how fast i will bring this fight to you. >> these are the losses that we have sustained. variou
filling in for steph with chris and jim and jacki at the l.a. bureau. we have a call from georgia featuring the lovefest of barack obama and hillary clinton. hi there patricia. you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: hi, good morning. i was just calling to express how i felt the interview was a great expression of how two adversaries can come together for the common good and rise above their disagreements for the betterment of america. >> john: i agree. it was most inspiring. >> it really was. how everyone keeps saying it is an endorsement for her presidency. i don't think it was. i think it was an example for our kids. i know my 14-year-old daughter took that away that how they bitterly fought and how in the end, what they disagreed on, came together to work toward the betterment of our country and it is such a wonderful example of what real democracy should be. differing ideas coming together for the greater good. >> john: i couldn't agree more. you stated it beautifully. thank you for the call. it is interesting. i thought one of the best moments of it was hillary and
is called "on the road," and you might want to check it out. first in l.a. and new york, and then wide release. >> yup. tavis: i'm honored to have you here. i enjoyed this immensely. >> oh, yeah, me too, thanks. tavis: thanks for coming on. you good? >> yeah, i'm good. are you good? tavis: you're good. yeah, no. >> all right, sweet. tavis: so we're both good. >> [laughter] yeah. tavis: good. that's good. [laughter] thanks for watching. as always, keep the faith. >> she is the one the red had once. >> victoria? how long as in spandex -- has it been? >> i am just trying to protect you. >> by lying to me? why haven't you called me back ducks -- back? >> i had nothing to say. >> well, i have tons. hold on. >> i do trust you. it is him i don't trust. >> , i just went for the ride. >> hold on tight. >> for more information on today's show, visit tavis smiley at pbs.org. tavis: join me next time for a conversation with the grammy- nominated singer/songwriter aimee mann. that is next time. see you then. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the
insurance plans endorsed by aarp. don't wait. call now. >>> all right. it's time for "pop news." our entertainment reporter and host of "on the red carpet" rachel smith, is in l.a. this morning. hello. >> good morning, guys. nice to chat with you. we have a bit of everything popping this morning. for starters, forget what you think you know about kristen stewart. the "twilight" star called herself, a sensitive, normal girl. stewart is promoting her new movie, "on the road." and said she would do any part just to be in the movie. and she told the mag, it's not about being fearless. but embracing the fears. stewart says she's open to anything, including broadway. >>> tv could soon have a new odd couple. kelsey grammer and martin lawrence are reportedly considering pairing up in a sitcom. it may have an "odd couple" feel. this would be a return to sitcom roots. grammer played dr. frazier crane for 20 years. martin at his sitcom, "martin," for phi years. and interestingly, both played radio hosts. >>> and "modern family" is a modern tv classic. but the cast is paying tribute to some of t
. >> yeah. tavis: all right. that's our show for tonight. >> thank you. the night from l.a.. keep the faith. >> that is what i am counting on. i have to hang up now. would you please call for backup? be careful here. >> i am with you on that. >> for more information on today's show, visit tavis smiley at pbs.org. tavis: hi, i'm tavis smiley. join me next time for a conversation with alicia keys on her latest cd. that is next time. we will see you then. >> there's a saying that dr. king had that he said there's always the right time to do the right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we're only about halfway to completely eliminate hunger and we have a lot of work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we could stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> be more. pbs.
of an l.a. highway system and put it on top of the cell. the dna is in the nucleus. the courier is what we call rna, and it follows protein highway systems to get to a component of the cell which makes these bad proteins. so right after the human genome project, we began to understand the blueprint -- it's difficult to change the blueprint. what welcome do very effectively is monitor these pathways, this highway system because the drug companies are very adept at putting it together, drugs that stop and block a highway system. so if we in diagnostics can present the google map of the cell to you, peter, as a doctor, you can look at that, and you can see what the courier is, and you can get a drug to stop the courier's progress so they never make it to the ribosome, never creates a bad cancer protein. so that's the future of where we're going to go in diagnostics, and that's where diagnostics and they are therapeutics are marrying. it's the ability to look and see where the courier is in the protein highway and then shutting down the communication so that patient never gets that cancer. the
of the restaurants, the bachelor farmer, with its own rooftop garden which we see in new york and l.a. another restaurant called union which has an alum from copenhagen. lots of hotels to stay at. minneapolis is having a moment. >> maybe just don't go at the height of winter. but it's a great time. >> people are so nice there. >> wholesome, very nice folks. hello to my in-laws. >> are you on board with nordic cuisine? >> she's on board. >> puerto rico. i love you don't need a passport. what elts makes it great? >> great new hotel, important hotel openings we want to take note of. it dates back to the 1900s. it's just being reopened shortly. and a hotel that someone here is going to, actually, very soon. >> good. >> do i want to out him? >> no. >> this is an inkrcredibly lux hotel. they paired up, doing renditions of favorites like suckling pig. amazingly beautiful. great access to nature. >> succulent pig. >> i got married in puerto rico, by the way. >> you did? >> yes. >> couple of seconds here left. can dachlt one resort town in particular you like. >> outside of quebec city. this was a plac
angeles so-called maternity hotels are attracting pregnant women from asia. the l.a. times reporting that the women are travelling to the united states and staying in these hotels until they give birth. why? from the inland valley daily bulletin joins us, good evening and tell me why are they travelling to the maternity hotels? >> good evening, hello, greta. happy new year. >> greta: happy new year. >> thank you. well, these pre are mostly wealthy women are coming to the united states on temporary visas and they are coming here with the intention of having their child on american soil. and according to the 14th amendment, children who are born on american soil are granted automatic citizenship and are therefore allowed to have benefits when they he have that citizenship. so what these women-- go ahead, i'm sorry. >> greta: i was going to say i went through the articles and www.usababycare.com and i assume in the chinese dialect and it seems like pretty overt in advertising. this is no big secret that these maternity hospitals or maternity homes are available, or hotels are available,
the fact that on capitol hill, john brennan is not a pop l.a. larr guy. i can't even repeat some the language that descended on my virgin ears when i called people on the hill today because they feel that he is aloof. he is arrogant. they called him some unprintable language. he makes obama look humble. talk about in private meetings. >> bill: it's a personality thing. >> it's a personality thing. >> bill: i don't care about the personality of the cia chief. i want him to be effective. >> bill: it's interesting that graham would say look i'm going to block this enemies you are more forth coming about the libyan thing as you point out brennan has nothing to do with it another thing in addition to gun control that president obama has on his agenda is immigration, cammeron. what is likely to happen there? >> well, your prediction at the top of the show sounded about right. the president is going to outline some of his goals in his inaugural address in now less than two weeks. what's going to end up in legislation is very very unclear. republicans are committed to border security fir
, the l.a. times, wall street journal, "the washington post," following stone, guardian over in england covered this, by the way, they called you a right-wing blow hard. >> bill: what a shock. it's communist paper as far left as you can get. >> far left paper, no question. >> bill: right. >> websites all around the world covered it and i think they covered it because you two, you and jon stewart, put on a good show and the media loves a good show because you bring in an audience and he brings in an audience and all of these other news organizations want to run, you know, play off of your coat tails and get hits on their website and increase circulation, however they cover this thing. so, i think, i think even if two intellectual giants, like william f buckley, and gore vidale were still with us and held a 90-minute debate it wouldn't get as much attention as the debate that you and jon stewart got. >> bill: okay. >> i'm just saying, all right? the second point i want to make is that because the media loves jon stewart and they really love him, they were willing to tolerate you. (laughte
. and apparently he could do it. >> we have this drug. it is called meth. as long as you are okay with losing your teeth. >> we are a family show here, lauren. i know you live in l.a. where hookers run the -- >> oh, okay, yay coke, but with meth i crossed the line. >> illegal drugs are bad. farm suit will cays when used to help make people's lives better it is the space program. that's the point i am making. we should push our pharmaceutical industry the further it should go. >> i also heard you say ecstasy is for marriages in trouble. >> as a matter of fact i was talking about the origins of ecstasy were used in marriage counseling in the early 1970s before it was made illegal. they would take a person involved in like a poor marriage in a day and ecstasy would help them. my point being if you make drugs like lsd and cocaine, if you demon thighs -- demonize the immorality. >> blew my mind. >> you are going to waste ecstasy on your wife. stuck on the street with your wife? >> i have a very, very important point to make. >> you urinated all over it. >> you have to stop demonizing the the inert subs
at the backyard jooirngyard band, i remember being in l.a. and hearing about his impact. he was a big key here in d.c. and didn't mean to call you chuck, you look nothing like him. we're getting ready to see this outdoor pavilion where a lot of people will see comedy shows and musical shows and show case what d.c. has to offer. that's the latest from downtown. keith, back to you. >> if you refer to me as chuck brown again i'll give you a big hug if i can have a life that great. >> that's a big compliment here. >> yes, it would be. and meantime, barb, later we focus on the wilson building for another reason. a, we don't want to focus on. >> we won't talk about it quote but it's coming up. >>> 8 minutes after 11:00. the effort to save a group of whales trapped in ice. and why time could be running out. >>> plus, a look at who was left off the list that has entertainment reporters shocked. stay with us. >>> afghan president hamid karzai is at the pentagon meeting with outgoing defense secretary leon panetta. a pentagon spokesperson said the two will discuss a broad range of issues concerning afgh
's a great picture of joe biden and jay-z together. good morning, everybody. we begin with a close call for passengers on a southwest airlines flight to las vegas. just as the plane was taking off from denver, a fire warning light comes on, forcing the pilots to make an emergency landing. the brakes then got so hot, three tires blew, as that plane hit the tarmac. no one hurt. but mechanics trying to figure out what triggered the warning light today. >>> new revelations in the catholic church sex abuse scandal. newly released documents though that officials in the los angeles diocese, including the now retired roger mahoney discussed strategies to keep police from finding out about the abuse. preventing the priests from getting therapy. and paying one priest a secret salary after allegedly getting a teenager pregnant. >>> overseas, a new sign that syrian dictator, bashar al assad, losing power. russia evacuating citizens from that country. fighting between government and rebel forces is intensifying today in the capital of damascus. >>> frightening happening at the evening commute. a wom
sneed had just brought the girl from l.a. to her parents' home in the bay view on june 3rd. the girl reportedly called him the next day and asked that he pick her up at home. sneed was shot to death in the parked car. near the house. prosecutors say surveillance video taken on the 1400 block of grove street the day of the murder shows the father barry and other 2 suspects meeting in the valley on the 1400 block of grove street. they say one of the suspects rent add car in l.a. and drove it to san francisco. that the video shows the driver meeting the girl father and nephew who drove up in another car. >> we have very clear video of them coming together. then leaving the scene. >>reporter: complaint says they drove to bay view and waited for sneed and when he arrived he shot him in the head. da says the father even tried unsuccessfully once to kill sneed in los angeles. >> we have been able to place him near the location of a shooting that occurred in l.a. many our victim was the victim of that particular crime. >>reporter: one ironic footnote. sores close to the investigati
have them at your beck and call laughing, making a scene, all that good stuff. >> all of that for a price, of course. abc's nick watt tried out the lifestyle. >> reporter: that's what i thought l.a. was all about. it's why i moved here. but this is my reality. i wanted to share "entourage." >> must be pretty emasculating. >> reporter: i got this. but help is at hand. >> i basically run a rent-a-crowd service. >> reporter: some tourists pay nearly $9,000 for a crowd to follow them shopping. and one gave us an idea. >> wanted people to think she's the first lady of the philippines. >> reporter: did people buy it? >> everybody bought it. do you know what she looks like? >> reporter: so i pretended to be the king of liechtenstein and went shopping with my posse. would people buy it? what do you think about this? >> huh? >> reporter: outside a panting crowd paid to scream my name. >> team nicholas. >> once you have 10, 15 people with cameras everybody else will crowd around. >> i love you! >> reporter: for nearly 5,000 bucks you get a gang of paparazzi and fake fans to meet
was 23 years old, 1952. the dates are interesting the book is called the evolution of a southern reporter" evolution is the important part. jack was 23 years old. at 29 he won the pulitzer prize. and in 75 went to the "l.a. times." 1970 went to washington. young man. 65. 65, 70. he was a young man. he accomplished those wonderful stories but when i arrived he was still in into and still based their budget traveling all over with the movement at the time. those were not racially based. and this i learned from the book frankly the last door a jack covered for the constitution was in little rock when eisenhower in the federal troops and their desegregating central high school. as jean patterson said at the memorial service coverage jack was never deceived have a shot -- the same after that. with doctors and officials and the movement and he battled in justice and exposed it whenever it was started when he was 22 through the time when he died that is why i believe the first amendment, there is a myth that is shattered. when i arrived at the constitution that stated as gospel truth that jack d
, ann. howard, out in los angeles what do you say >> caller: thank you for taking my call. >> bill: it's good. i remember you on channel 2 in l.a. >> bill: i had a lot of good time in l.a. i would like to get back there some day and probably will. >> caller: come out. i would like to see you on something. >> bill: thank you. >> caller: he has some backbone. obama show some backbone. people had your back. people around here are unemployed, problems with persistence and we had his back in the first term. now, i read an article all of the road blocked were in front of him. >> bill: yeah. yeah. >> caller: he did a lot, you know. so we are about ready to see something for our money in los angeles because all of our problems in california. we are hanging tough. one thing i can say about california, we have a democratic legislature, so jerry brown is able to do some things out here. >> bill: jerry brown got that initiative passed. the voters not only passed the initiative which enables jerry brown to bring the economy back and with a balanced progra
. why should you leave your chair? let the map come to you on this morning show called "good >> and we are live on the las vegas strip. i'm in a warm sweater that josh doesn't like, lara. back to you. >> i think you look absolutely perfect, sam. thank you so much. can't wait to talk to you about miss america, coming up. >>> here's a look at what's coming up on our "morning menu." get ready to meet the amazing miss montana. she has autism. and she is awesome. >>> and coming up, supermodel iman revealing her makeup magic. >>> plus, a special "deals & steals." it's a beauty edition to jumpstart your january. all that and, ryan gosling is coming up, ladies. all live on "gma" from times square. introducing coffee-mate natural bliss. ♪ made with only milk... cream... a touch of sugar... and pure natural flavors. ♪ who knew being natural could be so delicious? coffee-mate natural bliss. from nestle. add your flavor naturally. coffee-mate natural bliss. from nestle. living with moderate to semeans living with pain.is it could also mean living with joint damage. help relieve the pain and st
york. we want to say hi to robin at home. sam is in las vegas, for the miss america pageant. look at the control room. what are they doing, amy? >> apparently, those are called stability balls. they're having a lot of fun in the control room on them. a little bounce to their morning. this is part of our jumpstarting january. this is what supermodels do in their spare time. heidi klum revealing her tips to get runway ready right now. >> and get ready, everybody. there she is. we have style and beauty expert, greta monahan, with our supermodel secret of the day. >> coconut water. >> coconut water. >> pass this down. >> beverage of the morning. >> yeah. this is a supermodel secret. coming up later, i'm going to tell you why. if you want beautiful hair, sparkling eyes. great skin. >> all from coconut milk? >> yep. >> that's joy in a box. >> joy in a box. thanks, greta. >> thank you. >> bye. >> there she goes. >>> also coming up, unbelievable footage of jennifer aniston. smashing appearance she had last night on jimmy kimmel. that set off his new show. we'll tell you all about it. >>>
by that with the farming and forging moment and their restaurants like one of them called the bachelor farmer which has its own rooftop garden we see in new york and in l.a. but not something that's happening in minneapolis yet. another restaurant called union which actually has an alum from noma from copenhagen which is there. w chambers, radisson blue. >> don't go at the height of winter but it's a great town. >> people are nice there. >> hello to my in-laws. >> nordic cuisine? >> i eat anything. >> discriminating. >> she's on board. >> let's go south. paul rya puerto rico. i love you don't need a passport. >> we love puerto recore all the time. two important hotel openings. one is the vanderbilt hotel, the hotel dates back to the 1900s just being reopened shortly and a hotel someone here is going to soon. >> good. >> do i want to out him, no. >> no. >> the ritz-carlton dorado beach. this is an incredibly lux hotel, paired up with jose andreas, doing renditions of favorites like le tron suckling pig but don the jose andreas way. >> who doesn't love suckling pig. >> i got married in puerto rico by the way
evaluation, which in the past, your union has been opposed to. the l.a. teachers agreed to this. >> right. once again -- >> is it going national? >> again, just like some of the other so-called facts you had in the beginning. >> come on, wait a second, where at the beginning of the interview where my facting were wrong. tell me. >> about me moving out of new york city. i paid every single bit of the taxes. >> that was a public report. that was a published report. >> actually, it was wrong. the publication was wrong. >> was i wrong about the $194,000 check you got lump sum for unused sick pay and vacation days. was i wrong? >> yes. it was over the course of several years that i received that. >> it was not a lump sum check? that was the total you received? >> not a lump sum check. >> again, quoting a published report. >> i understand. my point is -- >> real fast, teachers evaluations, go. >> the teacher evaluations all throughout the country, teachers have been saying let's have different evaluation processes. in l.a. we've said that. in florida, we have done that. in baltimore we've done
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